four...... fucking......... hours....only for real FNM fans....useless for anyone
else...this is pretty much unedited VHS home movie
footage...seriously....although there is some early 90's fashion for
those interested in that sort of shit....the creation of this album
wasn't nearly as interesting listening to the album itself.... do not feel obligated to watch this....
posting this for the 17 year old me that would have probably paid $30
for a bootleg VHS of this from the back of Vintage Vinyl.
00:00 Billy, Jim & Mike
05:41 FNM & amp; Matt Wallace
12:07 Jim & amp; Mike
14:12 FNM & amp; Matt Wallace 2
38:53 Jim On Guitar
40:35 Jim Interview
1:17:36 Mike Patton Interview
2:37:52 Billy On Bass
2:41:23 Roddy On Piano
2:46:15 Mike Bordin Interview
3:17:44 Billy & amp; Roddy Interview
Kompong Khleang, a village built on stilts that appears to float during the rainy season.
Tonle Sap river in the foreground and Tonle Sap lake in the background.
Monks at Prasat Preah Vihear, another UNESCO World Heritage Site about four hours north of Siem Reap. It is right on the Cambodia/Thailand border and the two countries have fought over it since UNESCO expressed an interest. We had to check the hostility level before we ventured here but we had no problems at all.
Prasat Preah Vihear.
Tried to photograph the soldier's AK-47 without being too obvious.
The Thai border. A few years back you could just walk right across
I personally don't believe in subscribing to any one worldview. I don't agree with Rand on most things, but I think it's important for people to hear her ideas out of her own mouth before making a judgement on her worldview. Misinformed opinions are an epidemic.
Personally I don't understand why her ideas get so much attention. Glorifying the nature of selfishness and self-serving greed aren't really earth-shattering concepts.
In my opinion buying into Ayn Rand's philosophy whole hog is just as silly as solely subscribing to the teachings of Karl Marx.
This in not a "Shreds" video, this is actual footage from a benefit concert put on by Neil Young. This is a disgusting rendition of Welcome to the Jungle courtesy of Axl Rose and his newest band of soul-less Yucks. They even got a fake Slash. Wow, just wow.
Some of the artifacts left over at S-21. Toul Sleng was a high school that the Khmer Rouge turned into a "holding and questioning" area for suspected enemies of the Angkar. They would force false confessions out of their fellow Cambodians, which meant death to their entire family - to prevent any future vindication from surviving family members. Each school room turned torture chamber contained one metal bed with shackles and a single image of a prisoner in that room after torture.
Our first night on Koh Rong we stayed at Monkey Island Lodge. I went to lay back on the bed and there was a thump right behind my head. This thing fell out of the ceiling and almost landed on my face. It was not small.
Little Milo cleaning Fernando's plate. This was commonplace after our meals and usually during as well.
Classrooms turned torture chambers at S-21, or Tuol Sleng - which is Khmer for "Hill of the Poisonous Trees".